• Biedermeier Columbine - 10 root divisions

    Biedermeier Columbine - 10 root divisions

    An old-fashioned charmer. Graceful foliage and dainty flowers in a symphony of rich colors. Plants grow up to 24” tall, wonderful for fronting borders, or planting in intimate garden settings. They like to be viewed up close where their unusual flower form can be appreciated. Will grow in sunny locations but prefer partial shade, resistant to deer and are in flower from May through August. We ship #1 root divisions.

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    Blackcurrant Ice Columbine

    Striking bicoloured flower has a unique colour combination and an unusual spiky shape. Hummingbirds and butterflies find this beauty irresistible. A delight that looks wonderful at the front of a border. 3-9 #1 Plants 12" Sun to Part Shade Late Spring to Late Summer If our spring shipping season is closed, your order will be shipped the following spring.

  • Cardinal Aquilegia Hybrid Columbine Plant

    Cardinal Aquilegia Hybrid Columbine Plant

    Synonym: 'Red Wing'Like no other flower in the garden, the beautiful red-and-white long-spurred blooms of this Columbine fill the spring air with color and fascinating form. 'Cardinal' is one of the Songbird series of richly-colored Aquilegia, with upturned blooms that may even re-seed in your garden if conditions are right!These flowers reach 3 inches wide and certainly as long, with dramatically tapering crimson spurs and an inner set of white petals surrounding a frilly yellow center. Irresistible to butterflies and hummingbirds, they stand out brilliantly in any setting, thriving in full sun in cooler climates, part shade in warmer. Expect…

    Synonym: 'Red Wing'Like no other flower in the garden, the beautiful red-and-white long-spurred blooms of this Columbine fill the spring air with color and fascinating form. 'Cardinal' is one of the Songbird series of richly-colored Aquilegia, with upturned blooms that may even re-seed in your garden if conditions are right!These flowers reach 3 inches wide and certainly as long, with dramatically tapering crimson spurs and an inner set of white petals surrounding a frilly yellow center. Irresistible to butterflies and hummingbirds, they stand out brilliantly in any setting, thriving in full sun in cooler climates, part shade in warmer. Expect…

  • Columbine Clementine Blue

    Columbine Clementine Blue

    Just for fun, plant this lovely Columbine at the base of your Clematis and see how many of your gardening friends ask where you found the delightful little herbaceous Clematis! These brightly colored, very abundant blooms look for all the world like Clematis, but the plant is pure Columbine. A delight for garden, container, and vase, Clementine should not be missed!The flowers are just 1 to 1 1/2 inch wide, but they arise so heavily on these compact plants that you'll have plenty for cutting and for garden enjoyment, too. The butterflies love them, and they are so profuse that…

  • Columbine Clementine Mix

    Columbine Clementine Mix

    Just for fun, plant this lovely Columbine at the base of your Clematis and see how many of your gardening friends ask where you found the delightful little herbaceous Clematis! These brightly colored, very abundant blooms look for all the world like Clematis, but the plant is pure Columbine. A delight for garden, container, and vase, Clementine should not be missed!The flowers are just 1 to 1 1/2 inch wide, but they arise so heavily on these compact plants that you'll have plenty for cutting and for garden enjoyment, too. The butterflies love them, and they are so profuse that…

  • Columbine Clementine Salmon Rose

    Columbine Clementine Salmon Rose

    Just for fun, plant this lovely Columbine at the base of your Clematis and see how many of your gardening friends ask where you found the delightful little herbaceous Clematis! These brightly colored, very abundant blooms look for all the world like Clematis, but the plant is pure Columbine. A delight for garden, container, and vase, Clementine should not be missed!The flowers are just 1 to 1 1/2 inch wide, but they arise so heavily on these compact plants that you'll have plenty for cutting and for garden enjoyment, too. The butterflies love them, and they are so profuse that…

  • Columbine Clementine White

    Columbine Clementine White

    Just for fun, plant this lovely Columbine at the base of your Clematis and see how many of your gardening friends ask where you found the delightful little herbaceous Clematis! These brightly colored, very abundant blooms look for all the world like Clematis, but the plant is pure Columbine. A delight for garden, container, and vase, Clementine should not be missed!The flowers are just 1 to 1 1/2 inch wide, but they arise so heavily on these compact plants that you'll have plenty for cutting and for garden enjoyment, too. The butterflies love them, and they are so profuse that…

  • Columbine Double Pleat Blackberry™

    Columbine Double Pleat Blackberry™

    It's impossible to do these incredible flowers justice with a photograph and words -- you're simply going to have to grow them for yourself! Layers and layers of rich violet petals edged in white dangle from sturdy stems in late spring and early summer, luring in hummingbirds and compliments on a daily basis. Starred with a golden center, these are the most magnificently beautiful and distinctive flowers you will find anywhere!These double-flowered blooms are held in the "hose-in-hose" form that gives Columbine its common name of Granny's Bonnet (as opposed to thealso uniquely lovely but very different!). Absolutely breathtaking, they…

  • Columbine Origami Mix

    Columbine Origami Mix

    At last, a seed Columbine that blooms the very first year . . . and for many thereafter! Origami Mix is a beautiful blend of 6 colors (4 of them stunning bicolors) that can be sown in spring or fall for same-year bloom -- they need no cold period to start flowering like crazy!Not only is Origami Mix quick, it's exceptionally showy, with HUGE 2- to 3-inch blooms of white, yellow, and 4 combinations with white: blue, red, rose, and pink! The flowers festoon these upright 14- to 16-inch plants in spring (from a fall planting) and late summer to…

  • Columbine Sunshine™

    Columbine Sunshine™

    Welcome to North America, Sunshine™! You've already swept through Europe gathering awards and praise; now it's time to make your home in sunny to partly shaded gardens across the country!These double-flowered golden blooms are breathtaking. They are held in the traditional "spurred" form that gives Columbine its botanical name of Aquilegia (Latin for "eagle" and "gathering" -- the blooms resemble an eagle's mighty talons!). These long spurs extend a full 2 inches beyond the blooms, sized just right for a hummingbird's beak and unlike any other flower shape in the garden!The flowers begin in late spring in most climates and…

  • Giant Columbine Mixture

    Giant Columbine Mixture

    Large 2-3" blooms are perfect for a sunny border, cutting garden or naturalized area. Bears charming, bonnet-like flowers in shades of blue, yellow, rose and red above mounds of fern-like leaves. 3-9 #1 Plants 34-36" Sun or Part Shade Late Spring to Midsummer If our spring shipping season is closed, your order will be shipped the following spring.

  • Mixed Columbine

    Mixed Columbine

    A favorite for generations and one of our most popular perennials. Long-lasting pastel flowers bloom profusely late spring to early summer, attracting butterflies and hummingbirds. Adds magic to the garden! Multicolored blossoms on sturdy 30-40" stems with deeply lobed foliage. Space 12-18" apart. #1 field-grown plants. Aquilegia x ‘McKana Giants’ If our spring shipping season is closed, your order will be shipped the following spring. Height: 30-40" Zones: 4-8 Bloom Time: Late Spring to Early Summer Light: Full Sun to Partial Shade

  • Nora Barlow Columbine

    Nora Barlow Columbine

  • Origami Mix Aquilegia caerulea Columbine Plant

    Origami Mix Aquilegia caerulea Columbine Plant

    Rocky Mountain Columbine (the state flower of Colorado) is a magnificent sight growing wild, but you haven't seen anything until you've grown this stunning new variety for the garden! 'Origami Mix' is a beautiful blend of 6 colors (4 of them bicolors) of exceptionally showy, HUGE blooms. Perfect for planters and windowboxes, the flowers face straight up, the better to show off their lovely color combos!Fully 3 inches wide, these flowers arise in pure white, yellow, and 4 combinations with white: blue, red, rose, and pink! No other flower has the unique shape of Columbine, and these blooms are breathtaking…

    Rocky Mountain Columbine (the state flower of Colorado) is a magnificent sight growing wild, but you haven't seen anything until you've grown this stunning new variety for the garden! 'Origami Mix' is a beautiful blend of 6 colors (4 of them bicolors) of exceptionally showy, HUGE blooms. Perfect for planters and windowboxes, the flowers face straight up, the better to show off their lovely color combos!Fully 3 inches wide, these flowers arise in pure white, yellow, and 4 combinations with white: blue, red, rose, and pink! No other flower has the unique shape of Columbine, and these blooms are breathtaking…

  • Pink Lantern Columbine

    Pink Lantern Columbine

  • Pink Lanterns Aquilegia Columbine Plant

    Pink Lanterns Aquilegia Columbine Plant

    Somewhat smaller than other Columbines, 'Pink Lanterns' forms a low mound of lacy, fern-like leaves that create a lovely, textured backdrop for the soft pink blooms with creamy yellow centers. Attractive to hummingbirds and butter ies and other beneficial insects, but usually unappetizing to deer, 'Pink Lanterns' is very easy to grow in almost any well-drained soil. It's great for naturalizing, bringing charming color to rock gardens and mid-border plantings!

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    Ruby Port Columbine

    An heirloom variety dating back to 1600, this selection features rich, ruby-red double blooms and a true perennial growing habit. Petite, 1" blossoms nod sweetly at passersby, making them a favourite among gardeners and garden designers alike. Ruby Port forms a lovely mound up to 24" tall, giving it an ideal form for borders, containers and mass plantings. Wonderful in cut-flower arrangements, too. Hummingbirds and butterflies love it. #1 plant Sun to Part Shade 18-24" Late Spring to Early Summer 3-9 If our Spring shipping season is closed, your order will be shipped the following Spring.

  • Spring Magic® Yellow Aquilegia Columbine Plant

    Spring Magic® Yellow Aquilegia Columbine Plant

    The Spring Magic® series of Aquilegia offers delicate, richly colored, long-spurred flowers that are perfect for bringing eye-catching beauty to beds and borders. The blooms arise in bunches on thin, branching wands that rise elegantly above the foliage. Blooming begins in early spring and can often be extended later into summer if the spent flowers are deadheaded.Like all Columbines, Spring Magic® Yellow is attractive to hummingbirds, typically unpalatable to deer, and adaptable to a variety of soil conditions. The light green, somewhat yellowish foliage, which bears three-part, lobed leaves similar to those of maidenhair fern in shape and texture, forms…

    The Spring Magic® series of Aquilegia offers delicate, richly colored, long-spurred flowers that are perfect for bringing eye-catching beauty to beds and borders. The blooms arise in bunches on thin, branching wands that rise elegantly above the foliage. Blooming begins in early spring and can often be extended later into summer if the spent flowers are deadheaded.Like all Columbines, Spring Magic® Yellow is attractive to hummingbirds, typically unpalatable to deer, and adaptable to a variety of soil conditions. The light green, somewhat yellowish foliage, which bears three-part, lobed leaves similar to those of maidenhair fern in shape and texture, forms…

  • William Guiness Columbine

    William Guiness Columbine

    br>Intense, dark purple-black flowers are highlighted with white, creating a spectacular effect in the garden from mid to late spring. Butterflies and hummingbirds love it, and so will you! Hardy plants grow 20-24" tall. Plant 18-24" apart. Shipped in 3" pots. 4-8 Full Sun to Partial Shade 20-24" Mid to Late Spring If our spring shipping season is closed, your order will be shipped the following spring.

  • Winky Early Sky Blue Aquilegia Columbine Plant

    Winky Early Sky Blue Aquilegia Columbine Plant

    The Winky series of Columbines offers plants of a uniform height with a compact, mounding habit. 'Early Sky Blue' is sure to win you over with its upward-facing flowers set just above the foliage on strong stems.The light blue-purple blooms appear from early spring until late spring, sometimes even continuing into early summer. Mildew resistant and typically ignored by deer and rabbits, it's perfect for both garden and container, drawing in hummingbirds and butterflies by the dozen. Zones 3-10.

    The Winky series of Columbines offers plants of a uniform height with a compact, mounding habit. 'Early Sky Blue' is sure to win you over with its upward-facing flowers set just above the foliage on strong stems.The light blue-purple blooms appear from early spring until late spring, sometimes even continuing into early summer. Mildew resistant and typically ignored by deer and rabbits, it's perfect for both garden and container, drawing in hummingbirds and butterflies by the dozen. Zones 3-10.